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Your blood alcohol level (BAC) can affect whether you are charged with aggravated DUI in a number of states. The exact level of the BAC necessary for aggravated DUI charges varies widely among the states. Some states have aggravated DUI laws for a BAC of 0.15 or greater, whereas the threshold for aggravated DUI in other states is set at 0.18.

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